2019 agricultural shows in full swing across the state

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Ellie Griffith, Tamara Birrer, Wendy Stranieri and Jessica Lockwood at the 2017 Tenterfield Show.

Ellie Griffith, Tamara Birrer, Wendy Stranieri and Jessica Lockwood at the 2017 Tenterfield Show.

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Find out what's on across regional NSW.

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Tenterfield Show 

This year’s main attractions at the Tenterfield Show includes the Crackup Sisters, Reptile World, demolition derby, dog jumping demonstration and fireworks display.

Friday, February 8 and Saturday, February 9.

Visit tenterfieldshow.org.au/ for more information.

Nowra Show

The 143rd running of the Nowra Show will feature the Young Farmers Challenge, demolition derby, Charity Mascot race, dog high jump, mini trotters, precision tree felling, rodeo, entertainer Tom Curtain and beaut Aussie ute competition.

Friday, February 8 and Saturday, February 9.

Visit nowrashow.org.au/ for more information.

Henty Show

For more than a century, Henty Show has been keeping local crowds entertained.

The 2019 show will showcase winning grain, sheep, cattle, and local produce, as well as the Miss Henty Showgirl.

Saturday, February 9.

Crookwell Show

For 140 years the Crookwell Show Society has been bringing regional agriculture together for the local community and visitors alike.

This year’s two-day event will feature the flock ewe competition, Showgirl announcement, campfire cook-out and much more. 

Saturday, February 9 and Sunday, February 10.

Visit crookwellshow.com.au/ for more information.

Dunedoo Show

Considered one of the best shows in the west, Dunedoo Show is a celebration of life in the country. 

There will be steer and poddy calf riding, dog jumping, whip cracking, jack russell races, post splitting and chainsaw races.

Saturday, February 9 and Sunday, February 10.

Cobargo Show

The 122nd Cobargo Show will offer visitors a taste of traditional country life.

Events and entertainment includes beef, holstein, Illawarra and Jersey cattle, poultry, hacks, heavy horses, show jumping, stock horse training demonstration, rodeo, campdraft, live music at the bar from Garry Carson Jones Duo, plus a variety of exhibitors in the pavilion.

Saturday, February 9 and Sunday, February 10.

Visit cobargoshow.org.au/ for more information.

Morisett-Lake Macquarie Show

The 65th Morisset-Lake Macquarie District Agricultural Show will feature a range of new and exciting exhibits from the Kate Clancy Horse Show, chainsaw carving, whip cracking demonstrations, sheep shearing, carnival rides, fly ball competition, dog high jump and ute and car show.

Saturday, February 9 and Sunday, February 10.

Visit morissetshow.org.au/ for more information.

Oberon Show

There will be plenty of events to keep the whole family entertained at the Oberon Show.

Exhibits and competitions include the dog championships, equestrian events, ute competition, stationary engines, fireworks, and a wonderful display of produce, flowers, and craft in the pavilion.

Fore the children, there’s rides and sideshow alley as well as the animal nursery.

Saturday, February 9 and Sunday, February 10.

Visit oberonshow.org.au/ for more information.

Australian Blues Music Festival

The annual festival showcases the very best of emerging and established Aussie blues talent.

The line-up includes The Vibrolators featuring Peta Lee, Lazy Eye, PJ O'Brien Band, Leanne Paris Band, The McNaMarr Project, 8 Ball Aitken, Kane Dennelly, Kings and Associates and the Simon Kinney Lewis Band, to name a few.

Goulburn (various venues) Friday, February 8 to Sunday, February 10.

Blue Mountains Ukulele Festival

This annual event claims the title of largest ukulele festival in the world, with more than 130 acts across nine stages and thousands of visitors each year.

Katoomba, Friday, February 8 to Sunday, February 10.

Visit bluemugs.com.au/p/bmuf-2012.html for more information.

Kosciuszko Craft Beer Festival

This annual festival is a celebration of craft beer brewing, held at the Thredbo Alpine Hotel in the heart of the Snowy Mountains.

Thredbo, Friday, February 8 and Saturday, February 9.

Stomping of the Grapes

Wine maker Peter Lane will take visitors on tours of the Gerringong wineries’ production space, plus you will get a chance to hop in a barrel and stomp some grapes, picked fresh from the vineyard.

Live entertainment includes Timothy James Bowen and The Groove.

Crooked River Wines, Gerringong, Saturday, February 9 and Sunday, February 10.

Visit crookedriverwines.com/ for more information.

Bago's annual Grape Stomping Championships

Teams will take to the wooden barrels to see how much juice they can stomp out of 10kg of grapes in only one minute.

The annual championships, also has live music in the vineyard and the opportunity to get lost in the biggest hedge maze in the southern hemisphere.

Milligans Road, Wauchope, Sunday, February 10.

Circus Rio

Experience FMX motorbikes, tightrope walkers, flying trapeze artists, juggling and acrobatics under the big top at Wagga Wagga Showground, February 7-24.

Ian Moss performs live

Australian rock legend Ian Moss will perform live at the Civic Theatre, Wagga Wagga, Saturday, February 9 from 8pm.

Snowy Mountains Yard Dog Trial

The Monaro Utility Dog Club is hosting a Yard Dog trial at the Station Resort Jindabyne on Saturday, February 9.

Some of NSW’s top dogs will be competing including the newly crowned NSW Yard Dog Champion for 2019, Trapper.

This all promises to be a great spectacle for spectators and competitors alike.

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